The Little-Known Mountain Top View In Louisiana You Can Only Reach By Hiking This 1-Mile Trail

Located in north-central Louisiana, Driskill Mountain stands at 535 feet, making it the tallest natural summit in Louisiana. Sure, to other states this “mountain” may be considered a small hill, but we will take what we can get. The mountain was named after James Christopher Driskill, a Georgian man who moved to the area with his family in 1859. The heavily forested area attracts hikers from all over since the mountain view at the top is pretty rare for a swampy state like ours with many areas below sea level.

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Address: Driskill Mountain, Louisiana 71275, USA